Envision Energy Secures First-Ever Order with 162 MW Wind Turbines in the Philippines

Chinese renewable energy equipment manufacturer Envision Energy has achieved a significant milestone by securing its inaugural wind turbine order in the Philippines.

The groundbreaking contract, awarded by renewable energy pioneer Alternergy Holdings Corporation (Alternergy), offering 162 MW wind turbines for the Alabat and Tanay Wind Projects, marks the first venture into the Philippine market for Envision Energy, highlighting its commitment to advancing sustainable energy solutions worldwide.

The Turbine Supply contract encompasses the design, engineering, manufacturing, and delivery of wind turbine generators (WTGs), featuring a combination of 6.5 MW and 8 MW rated capacity. Additionally, the agreement includes a comprehensive 10-year service and maintenance commitment, ensuring optimal performance and reliability of the turbines.

The Tanay Wind Project is Alternergy’s third wind project in Rizal Province, while the Alabat Wind Project is its first wind project in Quezon Province. Both projects are expected to be ready for operation by the end of 2025, as part of Alternergy’s accelerated project pipeline.

John Lee, General Manager of Asia & Africa Markets at Envision Energy said: “We are excited to collaborate with Alternergy, the wind pioneer in the Philippines, for their next Alabat and Tanay Wind Power Projects. These are new groundbreaking projects for us in the Philippine market.”

“We are deploying innovative technologies to the WTGs for the Alabat and Tanay wind projects that are specifically selected and designed to suit the wind climatic conditions in these areas and have received certifications from international and reputable accreditations bodies.”

“The partnership is aimed to positively impact and contribute to the Philippines goal of accelerated energy transition and to fulfill Envision’s mission of helping solve the challenges for a sustainable future across the globe.”